Chris Stapleton Shines On Pink’s New Song ‘Just Say I’m Sorry’
Chris Stapleton joins Pink on her new song “Just Say I’m Sorry,” which is from her latest studio album, Trustfall, released today (2/17).
Pink posted on her Instagram, “I can’t believe this day is finally here!! I have been waiting almost patiently to share my heart and soul with all of you. This album means so much to me it’s silly sauce. I hope this becomes the “I remember where I was when I listened to that album” for you. So many options, how do I choose?! Box sets, zines, vinyl. I want ’em all. #getitwhileyoucan #TRUSTFALL.”
The song opens with a country-sounding guitar lick. The lyrics sing, “Just say I’m sorry / It’s not the hardest thing to do / Just say you’re wrong sometimes / And I’d believe you / ‘Cause I love you / Just say I’m sorry.” Stapleton joins her in the first verse, “Everybody wants to be / The one who’s right / Everybody wants the last word / To end the fight / Every day is a new day / With a chance to choose / Sometimes the way you win / Is to say you lose.
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Chris recently reacted to Eagles’ Coach Nick Sirianni crying during his rendition of the National Anthem at Sunday’s (2/12) Super Bowl LVII. ET caught up with Chris right after his moving performance. Stapleton, always a man of few words, said, “Man, it felt great. It really did.” He added, “The energy was good, and the crowd was hyped up for the game, so that kind of gets you ready to go.” Chris admitted that he did not see the viral moment of Coach Sirianni in tears. Stapleton said, “I don’t know if I can watch it, man. I try not to watch myself back too much.”
Sirianni himself talked about that tearful moment at the press conference after the game. He said, “I’ve dreamed about this since I’ve been two years old. It’s just emotional because there’s a lot of work, not just by myself, but a lot of people. Starting with my wife and my kids, my brothers, my dad, and just so many people… It’s just emotional in that moment knowing where we were.”